Chad A. Carder, a partner in Barrack, Rodos & Bacine’s Philadelphia office, focuses his practice on securities fraud litigation on behalf of institutional investors and has been an important member of the litigation teams that have prosecuted major securities class actions to their landmark conclusions. He is frequently called on to analyze and address the most complex issues arising in litigation under the federal securities laws, is a highly skilled and published writer vested with primary responsibility for various pleadings and other submissions on behalf of lead plaintiffs in complex securities litigation, and has extensive experience with all phases of document and deposition discovery. Chad is also a key member of the Firm’s case evaluation and client services group, analyzing the markets for emerging frauds and other corporate misbehavior on behalf of the firm’s clients and advising those clients on the merits of potential causes of action available to them. He has previously represented defendants in securities class actions and has participated in the successful prosecution of several antitrust class actions.
Before joining BR&B in 2003, Chad served as the judicial law clerk to the Honorable Michael J. Hogan of the New Jersey Superior Court.